jSomaPlayer targets the Raspberry Pi since it uses Pi4J (http://pi4j.com).
Start with java:
java -jar jSomaPlayer.jar [options]
Other options: see below.
Example: java -jar jSomaPlayer.jar -if:wlan0 -gpin:32 -gpout:7
GPIO options on Raspberry Pi (e.g. in command-line mode):
(n,m are integer numbers)
Example Raspberry Pi: java -jar jSomaPlayer.jar -play -gpin:32 -gpout:7
(start in command-line mode, use input pins 3 and 2 to switch channels,
use output pin 7, e.g. for LED light).
- See http://pi4j.com/usage.html for more information about GPIO.
- Make sure to use an ARM optimized JVM, see
(Player typically uses about 30-35% CPU on the Pi)
- If sound doesn't work (Source Data Line problems) try "sudo modprobe snd_bcm2835"
Icons provided by http://www.glyfx.com.
jReflectServer (formerly jReflect) has been updated. Version 2.0 allows distributed code ... Read MoreDocuCast
DocuCast is a real time file revision and backup system for use in professional and private ... Read MorejReflect: lightweight java web-server & -framework
jReflect is a very small & lightweight java web-server and -framework for ... Read MoreMore Blog Entries